Re: root can not delete a directory ,why?
Robert Brockway wrote:
On Wed, 21 Dec 2005, Gene Heskett wrote:
Humm, you weren't perchance cd'd into the directory?
Actually unix will let you delete a directory that is in use. Harley
No, it will not.
Hahn once described this as sawing off the branch you are sitting on.
bash: cd: /tmp/foo: No such file or directory
The cwd has nothing to do with the OS, it is purely a way to instruct
the shell how to do globbing.
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